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NAEN Annual Reports
NAEN Corporate Governance Manual for GTOs
Following the Minister’s launch on 9 December 2021 NAEN were pleased to provide a complimentary electronic copy to all NAEN members of the Governance Handbook for GTOs . This is the Handbook’s 3rd edition, last published in 2011. Previous editions have been highly valued by national members and this updated resource aligns with the most current corporate governance information.
A printed copy may be a useful reference for your office library. NAEN members $50 (inc GST and postage) and non-members can order printed copies following a purchase of the electronic version for $75 (inc GST and postage). Order by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Apprentices and Trainees
- Information about what work related expenses What apprentices may be able to claim – Australian Taxation Office 2023
- Australian Government $2 PPSR used car check:
When buying a used car privately you should conduct a $2 PPSR used car check to see if the car you are looking to buy is safe from repossession. The PPSR check can tell you if the car is:
- free from debt if not, the car could be repossessed by a finance company after you’ve purchased it without paying you a cent!);
- reported written-off (it could be damaged and dangerous);
- reported stolen (it could be reclaimed by police); and
- if part of the Takata airbag recall list (it could contain defective airbags)
- It’s also important to know that you should check the PPSR when buying second-hand equipment, such as bobcats, machinery, scaffolding etc. to ensure the goods are debt-free and safe from repossession by a bank or financier.
- For more information visit http://www.ppsr.gov.au/check-my-car or watch PPSR Consumer Plug N Play Video
Skills and Employment
- AAIS Guidelines 2023 australian-apprenticeships-incentives-program-summary
- AAIS FAQs Australian Apprenticeships Incentive System Frequently Asked Questions – Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Australian Government (dese.gov.au).
Links for employer incentives can be found at the Australian Apprenticeships website: https://www.australianapprenticeships.gov.au/aus-employer-incentives
Articles & Reports
A guide to NDIS traineeships using group training
A new resource has been developed to help NDIS providers understand the GTO model and the benefits it can offer the sector. A guide to NDIS traineeships using group training was developed by the Community Services Industry Alliance on behalf of WorkAbility Qld as part of a Jobs Queensland-funded NDIS Workforce Research Project.
The research project found that the GTO model has much to offer NDIS providers as part of the sector’s efforts to build their future workforce. However, awareness of the GTO model amongst providers is low, as is the use of group training for disability support worker traineeships.
The guide represents a first step towards raising awareness of the GTO model amongst NDIS service providers. A report has also been provided to Jobs Queensland, which offers suggestions for further work to establish group training as a valuable part of the sector’s approach to workforce development.
Cedefop/OECD publication on apprenticeships
“The next steps for apprenticeship” was produced by the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop), Department for learning and employability, under the supervision of Antonio Ranieri, and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Centre for Skills, under the supervision of Anthony Mann.
“The essays in this collection explore the megatrends that will continue to shape the labour market and societies that we live and work in. Drawing on insights from world-leading scholars based in many different countries, we are convinced that their insights will contribute to informing political decisions which shape the futures of the current generation of learners.”
Download the full publication below.